By Germain Germain. Bedroom. Published at Monday, April 23rd, 2018 - 15:29:53 PM.
The same goes for purple, a favorite of teen and tween girls: that color stimulates brain activity, so it's a good choice if your child studies in their room. A child's bedroom is a great place to stray from traditional colors, so let your child use his or her creativity to create their perfect space.
The color scheme from the previous design was dictated by an area rug in the room. We managed to borrow an area rug with cooler colors from another part of the home to breathe new life into the space. The client's daughter wanted a French ambience so that was introduced with the choice of subtle colors and pattern. The study area didn't work, either. We redesigned the furniture plan in that area to create a visually uncluttered area for her to do her homework. The homeowners initially didn't want to make changes to the furniture layout, but when we moved the pieces for our photo shoot and showed them how well it worked, they questioned why they hadn't done so in the first place!
If you like a decorating style that is truly cutting-edge, try mixing purple and red. For a more subtle, earthy look that works well with natural wood furniture, choose a soft green with purple accents.
Consider the occupant's age. For a room in which adults will sleep, neutral shades are popular, but don't be afraid of color. Rich reds and warm browns can create a sultry and romantic mood; gold tones can add a sense of luxury. Consider an accent wall, such as the wall behind the bed's headboard, in a bright or dark color if you feel timid about adding too much color.
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